Waste Management Methods

Industrial Waste Management: 4 Methods of Proper Disposal

Australians alone are responsible for generating more than 18 million tonnes of waste every year. That is a total of 2,000kgs of garbage each year per person. The devastating thing about this figure is that only 48% of all waste was sent for recycling while 27% was sent to landfill for disposal. The ABS has stated that Australia generated 75.8 million tonnes of solid waste in 2018-19, a 10% increase since 2016.

This simply means that it produces approximately three million garbage trucks of compacted rubbish. As a matter of fact, the country is one of the highest waste producers in the world. These statistics may seem devastating, but the country strives to make some improvements to its waste disposal methods.

Local authorities are urging homeowners and business owners, especially industrial companies, to take action and be responsible for the waste problem. Efficient disposal is never easy, but that does not mean it’s not achievable. As a trusted name in waste removal services, we thought we’d share an effective methodology of waste management.

Proper disposal habits should be part of every household’s plan. This article will deal with four different methods that can be used to cut down on the amount of household rubbish being disposed of in landfill sites. 


Glass, plastics, building materials and waste from site work could take many years to decompose. This is the reason waste separation using container units is necessary. 

Segregation is one of the waste disposal methods that is vital to our environment for two reasons: it’s safer for the atmosphere, and it’s also a method that will ensure the waste is processed and disposed of correctly. Proper waste separation means that recyclable materials are reused in the manufacturing of new goods.

  • Organic Waste

Organic waste is placed in a plastic container, waste is disposed of in the green bin, and the excess waste is disposed of in the residual waste bin. 

  • Paper

Paper and cardboard can be recycled. Australia has a stringent list of environmental production requirements that must be met by paper producers, which can be regulated and enforced. So when you are shopping for paper and cardboard, be sure to look out for a high percentage of Australian products, that way you can ensure the increase of sustainably controlled materials.

  • Plastics

Hard plastics may usually be recycled; they can be melted and moulded into new products. Some supermarkets offer to recycle soft plastics such as grocery bags, cling and bubble wrap.

  • Packaging Waste

Purchasing in bulk will help you save money on packing and shipping. If you can’t avoid it, aim to buy goods with less packaging. To stop having to use single-use plastic bags, remember to bring reusable bags with you.

  • Aluminium and Steel

When recycling steel cans, it’s best to put the lid inside the can and then squash the top of the can before placing it in your recycling bin. 

  • Electronic Waste

Many pieces of e-waste will and should be recycled, allowing the energy to be reused. E-waste also contains a number of toxic elements, such as lead and mercury, which if not properly disposed of may be released into the atmosphere. E-waste cannot be recycled in a regular garbage can, but it can be recycled or properly disposed of using other facilities.

  • Bathroom, Toilet, and Laundry

Chemicals will accumulate quickly in the shower, toilet, and laundry. This technically counts as hazardous waste and, unless it is rinsed and properly cleaned, will usually not be of value to recycling plants. You can counteract this by limiting the chemicals and waste you flush into the toilet and sink.

  • Kitchen and Food

When rotting food is thrown away into the landfill without the proper care of sorting, it produces methane, a gas that is particularly harmful to the atmosphere. By taking the time to plan your trips to the grocery store, you can prevent unnecessary waste of food.

As a leading provider of skip bins, we can help you with proper segregation so you can maintain green practices. Kwik Skips can assist you in eliminating hazardous waste from compostable organic waste, non-hazardous solid waste, recyclable materials and other regulated material. 


Australians have a strong dependence on landfills as it is the most used waste disposal methods. This process buries the waste in the land, but there is more to it. When it comes to proper landfill management, it is important to sort out all the waste first and send only the waste that you cannot recycle or compost. There is also a method that eliminates the odour and dangers of rubbish before placing them on the ground.

At Kwik Skips, we have our very own sorting depot. Not only that, but a good part of our business is dedicated to the sorting, separating, and sending of waste to the accurate location, to avoid unnecessary amounts of waste falling into landfill. This is especially important when it can be better used or recycled somewhere else.


This process turns waste into organic compounds, which you can use to feed plants. Once you have identified and evaluated the waste, you can achieve composting through the use of skip bins. Of all the waste disposal methods, this can take lots of spac in the process of turning unsafe organic products into safe compost.

According to The Australian Bureau of Statistics, the average Australian creates just over 2,000kgs of waste each year. Each household spends $1,266 on goods purchased but was never used. Around $600 worth of food is wasted by each household every year. We waste 7.3 million tonnes of food each year, enough to fill 13,000 Olympic sized swimming pools. Food waste costs the Australian economy over $20 billion each year. We waste 298kg of food per person. That’s roughly the same weight as six adult kangaroos!

While Kwik Skips doesn’t accept food waste in our bins due to the method and duration of our services, taking a few simple steps every day can greatly minimise your need to discard as much kitchen and food waste as possible. Many councils offer services that will pick up organic waste and food scraps, which can then be incinerated, fermented or gasified, creating bio-energy. The remaining portion that is composted ensures its use in agriculture and horticulture.


Instead of disposing of materials and other wastes, it could be better if your company practices recovery and recycling. This process aims to make unwanted items turn into useful ones. By knowing what you can recycle and how you can recover valuable resources, you can be a huge part of helping the country achieve a positive environmental future.

At Kwik Skips when you hire our services for skip bins Perth, you are also getting our dedication to sorting the waste from the wasted and separating any goods we know can be recycled. We then ship them to other plants to be recycled into new materials like bottles, glassware, and cardboard boxes. The amount of waste that can be recycled is amazing once you know how to do it.

At Kwik Skips, we are committed to giving customers peace of mind when it comes to managing all types of waste disposal methods. Our team takes pride in having a wide range of waste container units to make rubbish removal the least of your worries. Contact us today to know more about what we are capable of. We will be more than glad to help you with your commercial waste removal requirements.